The approximate physical dimensions of the case are: 31.5 cm (W) x 25 cm (L) x 10 cm (H)
The back of the case looks good, with pre-cut holes for expansion IOs above the motherboard. The Jetway NF9C motherboard I’m using offers none of that so I’ll be looking at blocking them in the future. 3 half height PCI brackets and what I assume to be a SFX PSU to round out the back of the case. Again I will look towards blocking the SFX hole in the future as well.
This is actually a mini tower case, designed to positioned like so. The expectation is the SFX will weigh down the case so that it can sit stably in this position. Be aware the case becomes top heavy as the CPU heat sink will raise the centre of gravity if you do not have a PSU in the case.
Not a big deal for me as I am going to lay the case on the side like a Hi-Fi equipment anyway. This is the view of the top showing 2 USB 3.0 connectors.
This is a lovely power switch. It is a toggle switch, meaning it does not “click in". There’s a fair bit of distance/travel when depressing the switch and I simply love it! As you can see later on the white LED is bright but not glaringly so.
There are some scratches here and there. The manufacturer appears to be somewhat careless here and there when making or packing the unit. For AUD$110, I cannot really complain.